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Vinge advises Lammhults Möbel

November 23, 2010

Vinge has advised Lammhults Möbel AB in connection with its acquisition of the Danish company, Borks Patenttavler A/S. Lammhults Möbel AB is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lammhults Design Group, which is listed on the Nordic List (small cap) of OMX Nordiska Börs. Lammhults Möbel AB develops and markets furniture and accessories for public areas where stringent demands are placed on design, function and quality. Borks Patenttavler A/S is a leading manufacturer of board systems for use in conference rooms, meeting rooms and classrooms. Manufacturing takes place in its own factory premises and the company’s products are sold in Denmark and the rest of Europe as well as the US.

Vinge’s team advising Lammhults Möbel AB included partner Peter Abrahamsson.

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